Mr Abdullahi Abubakar, Syyeda Khadija, Dr Syid Amir Gilani, Dr Raham Bacha.
Introduction: Fibromyomas are the most prevalent cancers in the female genital tract. Fibroids have benign development in the structural lining of the uterus, consisting mainly of smooth muscles. Fibroids are classified by common names, such as carcinoma, leiomyomata, myoma and fibromyoma. It may be found in various areas of a uterus, thus called due to their position in the uterus. Fibroids range in size from as little as a pea to as wide as ten inches. The association between fibroids and infertility is problematic in discovering the effect of uterine fibroids on infertility. Ultrasonography is a High Standard procedure for the diagnosis of uterine fibroids. The aim of this Observational Analysis is to explore fibroids and their various forms and their effect on infertility. Fibroids affect women in all age categories and whose treatment is important to improve fertility outputs. Purpose: The holistic review is carried out with the aid of numerous empirical studies conducted between 2005 and 2020 on the role on ultrasound Sonographic for the evaluation of uterine fibromyomas and their effects on infertility. Method: Related uterine fibroid partnership and infertility effect via ultrasonographic databases were obtained from MEDLINE, PubMed, Cochrane Library from 2005 to 2020. Randomized control experiments, prospective cohort tests, observational paired trials from well-defined registry data are performed. Multiple systematci analyses are carried out via contextual analysis. Result: A maximum of 2451 research papers and 480 full-text publications are researched and downloaded. There was a substantial risk of bias and low-quality data, but high-quality evidence suggests that using ulrasound modalities is a reliable tool for identifying the effect of uterine fibromyomas on fertility is still contentious. A lot of research have been done, and most of these research offer contentious findings. fibromyomas have an effect on fertility, but it appears that not all leiomyomas induce infertility and a number of treatments, such as myomectomy, uterine fibroids ablation. Conclusion: Ultrasonography is a better choice for initial evaluation and identification in patient with uterine fibromyomas and infertility, becouse it is widely available, relatively cheaper than other imaging ivestigation modalities and is noninvasive as compared with other modalities. Keywords: Ultrasonography, fibromyomas, Transabdominal, Transvaginal, infertility